Victor Corporate Lawyers — 5 found

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  1. Victor Corporate / Incorporation Lawyer James Orrian Bourdeau

    James Bourdeau

    Victor, NY Corporate / Incorporation Lawyer
    Licensed for 20 years
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    6.7

  2. Victor Corporate / Incorporation Lawyer Garen Jessica Sinden

    Garen Sinden

    I have a concierge law practice. This unique approach allows me to come to you my client(s) at your home, office, or other location, for no additional charge. I offer a hollistic... more
    Licensed for 13 years - $150-$225/hour
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    6.3

  3. Victor Corporate / Incorporation Lawyer Donald Arthur Wilson Smith

    Donald Smith

    Mr. Smith has extensive experience in litigation, in both state and federal courts. In addition, half of his professional time is devoted to advising small and medium sized companies... more
    Licensed for 39 years - 30 Min Free Consultation
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    8.2

  4. Victor Corporate / Incorporation Lawyer Donald Robert Adair

    Donald Adair

    Pittsford, NY Corporate / Incorporation Lawyer
    Licensed for 48 years
    Not yet reviewed
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    6.5

  5. Victor Corporate / Incorporation Lawyer Victoria A Reyner

    Victoria Reyner

    Pittsford, NY Corporate / Incorporation Lawyer
    Licensed for 18 years
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Corporate & Incorporation

A corporation is a formal way to organize your business to gain rights and privileges, and to limit your personal liability. There may be tax and financial advantages to incorporation, but it can also increase your business licensing fees and decrease the amount of personal control you have in running your business. There are many legal consequences to incorporation, so it's a good idea to consult an attorney specializing in corporate law. A corporate attorney also represents shareholders unhappy with the actions of a corporation.